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Brazil's BB Seguridade Raises Guidance For Net Income Growth In 2019 To 13% - 17%- Filing
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CEO Of Brazil's Insurance Holding Co BB Seguridade Mauricio Maurano Resigns
BB Seguridade Participacoes SA is a Brazil-based company engaged in the insurance sector. The Company’s activities are divided into two segments: Insurance and Brokerage. The Insurance division offers life, property and casualty, vehicle, special risks, financial and transport insurance, dental plans, private pension and capitalization plans, as well as reinsurance. The Brokerage division focuses on the insurance brokerage, management of pension and capitalization plans, as well as promotion of insurance and reinsurance products. In addition, it provides advisory related to insurance selection. The Company's subsidiaries include BB Seguros Participacoes SA and BB Cor Participacoes SA. The Company is controlled by Banco do Brasil SA.
Edificio Sede I,15o andar,sala 4,Bloco A
Lote 31, Setor Bancario Sul, Quadra 1
Marcelo Augusto Dutra Labuto
Chairman of the Board
Bernardo de Azevedo Silva Rothe
Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Board, Director
Werner Romera Suffert
Chief Financial Officer, Investor Relations Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Chief Risk and Corporate Governance Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Reinaldo Kazufumi Yokoyama
Chief Client, Commercial and Products Officer, Member of the Executive Board
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Brazilian insurance company BB Seguridade SA reported on Monday an almost 35% jump in its fourth-quarter adjusted net income compared with the same period a year ago, with stronger financial results helping the company exceed forecasts for 2019.
Brazilian insurance company BB Seguridade SA posted on Monday a 21.3% rise in third quarter adjusted net income from the same period a year earlier, mainly on higher insurance sales.
Brazilian state-controlled insurer BB Seguridade Participações SA said on Wednesday its board will propose returning 2.7 billion reais ($651 million) in capital it considers "excessive" to shareholders.
Brazilian insurance holding company BB Seguridade Participacoes SA's profits this year could hit the upper end of the firm's forecast, Chief Executive Bernardo Rothe said on Wednesday.
Brazil insurance holding company BB Seguridade Participações SA on Monday posted a 11.7 percent rise in first-quarter net income year-on-year, as the firm sold more insurance policies and pension contributions rose.
Brazil insurer BB Seguridade on Monday reported a fourth-quarter net profit of 716.9 million reais ($191 million), down 21 percent from the 907.9 million reais in the same quarter in 2017.
Brazilian insurance holding company BB Seguridade Participações SA is likely to post higher fourth-quarter results, helping the company to meet its goal for net income in 2018, Chief Financial Officer Werner Suffert told journalists on Tuesday.
Brazilian insurance holding company BB Seguridade SA <BBSE3.SA> posted on Monday a 12.7 percent drop in third-quarter profit from a year earlier as lower interest rates continued to impact its securities portfolio.
Brazilian insurance holding company BB Seguridade Participacoes SA missed second-quarter profit estimates as interest rates in Brazil hit an all-time low, leading the firm to cut its forecast for net income this year.
State-run Banco do Brasil SA has appointed Antonio Mauricio Maurano, current vice-president for wholesale banking, to be the new Chief Executive Officer at insurance unit BB Seguridade Participações SA, it said in a securities filing.
Shares in Brazilian insurance holding company BB Seguridade fell on Monday after management said raising profit will continue to be a challenge this year as interest rates reach their lowest level ever in the country.
* BRAZIL SEGURIDADE CEO JOSE MAURICIO COELHO SAYS OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENT WAS NOT ENOUGH TO OFFSET FALL IN INTEREST RATES
Brazilian insurance holding company BB Seguridade missed fourth-quarter profit estimates as lower interest rates and a fall in premiums written dragged on its results.
Brazil's BB Seguridade Participações SA, the insurance arm of state-controlled Banco do Brasil SA, expects a pickup in the country's economic activity to compensate for falling interest rates and keep up profitability, Chief Financial Officer Werner Suffert told Reuters...
Brazilian insurer BB Seguridade Participações SA posted a 20.7 percent rise in net income in the third quarter after strong operating results at segments including pension and reinsurance, the company said in a statement on Monday.
BB Seguridade Participações SA trimmed estimates for profit growth this year, after the insurance unit of state-controlled Banco do Brasil SA missed second-quarter net income estimates amid a slow recovery and rising unemployment.
BB Seguridade Participações SA, the insurance unit of state-controlled Banco do Brasil SA, cut estimates for net income growth this year after missing second-quarter profit estimates in the face of a slow recovery and rising unemployment.
BB Seguridade Participações SA beat first-quarter profit estimates on Monday as Brazil's largest listed insurance holding company underwrote more dental insurance premiums, helping offset lower investment income amid a harsh recession.
Brazil's BB Seguridade Participações SA, the insurance unit of state-controlled Banco do Brasil SA, beat first-quarter profit estimates on Monday after robust revenue from retirement plans and insurance brokerage transactions offset the impact of declining interest rates.
State-controlled insurance holding company BB Seguridade Participações SA on Monday forecast slower profit growth this year, reflecting the impact of Brazil's harshest recession ever and a rapid decline in interest rates.
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